“Justice For All” – Trump Collaborates With “J6 Prison Choir” Defendants In New Song
Donald Trump is not done supporting the Jan 6th prisoners.
He was featured in a new song titled, “Justice for All,” by the J6 Prison Choir.
Is a Grammy award in former President Donald Trump’s future?
The former president collaborated on a song with the J6 Prison Choir – members of the MAGA mob who remain imprisoned for their role in the January 6 Capitol attack.
The song, entitled ‘Justice for All,’ uses Trump’s spoken word recitation of the Pledge of Allegiance over the Star-Spangled banner, with the prisoners chanting ‘USA’ at the end.
It was released on YouTube, Spotify, Apple Music and other platforms on Friday.
The recording was done at Mar-A-Lago and Ed Henry and former Trump White House official Kash Patel are reportedly involved with the project.
According to the report, the money is going to a group run by Henry and then to the families of Jan 6th prisoners.
One source told Forbes that money raised from the song, which is on sale for $1.29 on iTunes, will go to the families of imprisoned Jan. 6 defendants.
The tune was recorded several weeks ago at Trump’s Mar-a-Lago residence in South Florida, the source further claimed, with the Jan. 6 defendant portion reportedly recorded through a jailhouse phone.
Conservative commentator Ed Henry and Trump-era White House official Kash Patel are reportedly involved in the project. The funds are slated to go into a group run by Henry.
Here is the song:
Democrats and RINOs won’t like this!